DPR Programming Notes

DPR's Morning Ignition

Apr 8, 2016

A custom blend from our friends at Dynamite Roasting Co. specially chosen by Delmarva Public Radio, Morning Ignition is the perfect way to start each Delmarva Morning. Smooth and full-bodied, DPR's Morning Ignition is highlighted by notes of chocolate and fruit. It is well-balanced, complex and will keep you coming back for more, just like your favorite Public Radio station.

Join us this Sunday, April 10th at 1PM on WSCL, 89.5 as "Classical Guitar Alive" returns to Sunday's schedule of great classical music.

Then, stay tuned at 2PM for the show that answers everything you wanted to know about Classical Music, "The Record Shelf". Jim Svejda reviews old and new recordings and presents artist retrospectives and insightful interviews.

This weekend, give your Saturday nights a gentle comedy boost with "Weekend Radio".

Weekend Radio, that "curiously strange and offbeat potpourri of music, wit and convivial companionship" is moving to Saturday Night at 6PM on WSCL, 89.5 FM. 

Following Weekend Radio, experience the best of Broadway, old and new with Footlight Parade at 7PM.

The sounds of spring are everywhere - especially in the WSCL 89.5 studio!
DPR's Spring Membership Drive begins this Friday, April 8th and runs through Friday, April 15th. That's your opportunity to pledge your support for the station and the programming you love. But you don't have to wait until the drive begins to contribute, you can donate anytime online at delmarvapublicradio.net

Friday, April 1st at 6pm on WSCL, 89.5 FM

Saturdays at 4PM April 2-23

In honor and anticipation of Delmarva Public Radio's 5K Tie Dye Run, we present a very special edition of The Show About.  Our theme this week is, of course, "running".  You'll hear everyone from Sam Cooke to Jackson Brown to Yes to Sioxsie and the Banshees.

April shower bring May flowers and...some program changes to WSCL, 89.5 FM!

Starting April 3rd, Exploring Music is moving to 6PM. Host Bill McGlaughlin with be with you as you drive home from work or begin cooking dinner.

The current 6PM programs will (with some exceptions) be moving to the 9PM slot, following the evening symphony broadcasts, which continue to begin at 7PM.

Starting April 3rd,  the following programs will move to 9PM.

Monday- The Chamber Music of Lincoln Center

Tuesday- Relevant Tones with Seth Boustead (new program)

Beginning April 4th, you can start off your classical music evenings with the venerable and affable Bill McGlaughlin as Exploring Music moves to 6PM.

Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin is an exciting daily radio program that delves into a wide assortment of topics in classical music. Each five-program series builds off a single theme ranging from composer biographies to explorations of various cultures, musical styles, and time periods.

Carnegie Hall Live! Begins April 5th  at 7PM

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